Brain Injury Association Otago

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The Brain Injury Association provides support, advocacy, informtion and education to those with injuries through medical or traumatic event

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General support around managing the effects of the injury and the impact on the person, their family, friends and the wider community. We facilitate various support groups, education sessions, advocacy to ensure services and entitlements are in place. Many with an injury struggle with everyday things e.g. filling out forms, routines, memory issues

The Brain Injury Assocition has been in Otago for 6 years with a continual growth in referrals. We currently have 348 listed on our clientbase. We provide education to the general public, agencies/organisations and tertiary students from the University and Polytechnic. We have developed an excellent network to assist the clients and their families.

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Update for 10/09/2013  10 September 2013

Posted by: Brain Injury Association Otago

Ella Stansfield and all her fantastic friends did an amazing job running either the full or half Dunedin Marathon on Sunday - Ella's wonderfully designed tee shirts caught everyone's eyes. Brain Injury Otago are so humbled and grateful for all these wonderful people running to raise awareness, and to all you wonderful people that have donated money in support of Ella. Thank you so much.

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    Good luck, you all do amazing work


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    Rewi Stirrat on 27 Nov 2014


    RIP Phil Hughes.


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